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1080 ti performing identical to a 1080

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Decided to put in my old 1080 to see how it compared to my ti. It was really surprising seeing them have almost identical performance, and it kind of got me thinking what could be wrong. The 1080 is a gaming z, 1080 ti is strix oc version. I did not uninstall drivers when putting the 1080 in, it installed by itself. Witcher 3 was only 5 fps apart, modern warfare was exactly the same. Depressing really

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1 minute ago, aune said:

Decided to put in my old 1080 to see how it compared to my ti. It was really surprising seeing them have almost identical performance, and it kind of got me thinking what could be wrong. The 1080 is a gaming z, 1080 ti is strix oc version. I did not uninstall drivers when putting the 1080 in, it installed by itself. Witcher 3 was only 5 fps apart, modern warfare was exactly the same. Depressing really

You're not mentioning anything about the rest of your setup or whether you checked your CPU-utilization or anything, so it's not really possible to say much about your situation.


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4 minutes ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

What processor do you have in this system?

4930k 4.5ghz, must be a bottleneck

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ram is quad channel?

 

 

 

2600k OC doesn't battleneck a 1080 ti avg fps (1% low are bottlenecked tho) so it doesnt make sense that the 4930k would bottleneck. 

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1 minute ago, bomerr said:

ram is quad channel?

 

 

 

2600k OC doesn't battleneck a 1080 ti avg fps (1% low are bottlenecked tho) so it doesnt make sense that the 4930k would bottleneck. 

it is quad, used ddu now its back to acting normal. Frames are alot higher

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On 1/20/2020 at 1:25 PM, aune said:

nevermind, seems to have fixed itself after i used ddu,getting 40 more fps in witcher 3

yeah thought that was odd.  I easily got 30-40 more frames on my GTX 1080 Ti compared to my previous 1080.  GTX 1080 Ti still a heck of a card 


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Lol I’m looking to get a 1080ti. Almost no head room with a 8700k. No way in hell an older cpu could come close but I’m sure 4k players wouldn’t mind. 


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Resolution has a lot to do with it too. The 1080ti isn't a whole lot faster than the 1080 when its only display 1920x1080 or less.

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